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What position suits me? :)

Post by amierulaiziq » 28 Jun 2011, 13:54

I can play football but always get leave out of the team because of my position error i think. In futsal (indoor soccer) i always play as the counter-attacker or like a wingback but futsal n football is a whole different things. Here some of my attributes.

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> Really good in first touch (like one two play , one step finisher and etc)
> Firm , fast n strong pass and shoot
> Good marking
> Good positioning to receive cross and etc.
> Quite a good finisher.
> Good Agile
> Good dribbler and moderate ball control
> Quite a good header
> Two-Footed
> Quite weak upper body strenght
> Moderate speed and stamina
> Sometimes late making a desicion
> Quite weak in tackling.

Can you all help me to decide the suitable position for me?

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Post by collin » 28 Jun 2011, 14:55

second striker

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Post by amierulaiziq » 29 Jun 2011, 07:02

can you give me some name of the greatest second striker player?

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Post by nick117 » 29 Jun 2011, 07:14

if your looking for people to watch rooney is excellent at the position right now. or you can you know google second striker.

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Post by amierulaiziq » 29 Jun 2011, 09:44

then what is the roles of second striker when in the game?
like when playing midfield , . . . your role is the playmaker right?
and what about the second striker?

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Post by Rome_Leader » 29 Jun 2011, 15:04

See here for a quick brief: viewtopic.php?p=169808#169808

(The second-striker is the SS on one of the pics.)

In addition to that, you will often find yourself as the center striker's 'garbage man'. In other words, he will take the initial shot, and any rebound that is spilled is your responsibility to direct or send back onto goal. You will have a tight relationship with the center striker, or any forwards up ahead of you, as you will be working to provide them with short balls and finish the jobs they start, if necessary. Also, you're going to be working with the midfield a lot, who will provide you the ball. You will probably be the first option on a fast break, as the most available outlet for the midfield.
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Post by Greenstar » 30 Jun 2011, 02:44

You can be like Thomas Muller i guess.

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Post by amierulaiziq » 30 Jun 2011, 09:24

thanks 4 the tips guys :)
thomas muller? i like him a lot haha

besides rooney , . . . which player is excellent in this position?

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Post by desire10 » 30 Jun 2011, 23:30

Messi plays as a deep lying center forward sometimes.

Johan Cruyff mastered this position also.

What level are you playing at now? It's likely that your team and coach won't be willing to change the whole formation for a position they've probably never heard of. You can primarily be a center forward, but be prepared to play anywhere else in the forward line.
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Post by amierulaiziq » 01 Jul 2011, 05:42

level? im still a student. im 16. center forward? but i dont have the speed for that position. im tall and good in positioning but have a moderate speed. you think im up for that position?

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Post by nick117 » 01 Jul 2011, 07:05

level as in rec select premier how high up the chain are you?

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Post by Rome_Leader » 01 Jul 2011, 15:51

Zidane was effective in the position as well.
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Post by amierulaiziq » 03 Jul 2011, 15:45

sory nick117. i dont get your question.

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Post by eddy192837 » 03 Jul 2011, 15:55

Do you play recreational, do you play club soccer, do you play academy soccer, do you play region premier league, do you play national league, do you play in Disney Showcase tournament?

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Post by amierulaiziq » 12 Jul 2011, 10:40

juz a between high school tournament. but somedays i gonna get into my neighbourhood club. here's some new info , . . . i love to take a look in my form after every game.

im kinda great in communication , . . . i spot open people easily n send orders to close them down. besides that , i've gotten quite good in lay off pass , one twos n dribbling. some of my friend told me that my strong points are my passing and one twos.

i like to play up front as a forward but my coach always put me in the defensive job although im the weakest tackler on the team.

i also good in setting up a counter attack. another one of my specialties.
u think the coach desicion is good enough? i want to hear others opinion too.

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